2016 Funko Emerald City Comicon Exclusives Guide

2016 Funko Emerald City Comicon Exclusives Guide


While not quite as big as the conventions in San Diego or New York, the Emerald City Comicon holds a special place for many collectors in the Pacific Northwest. Likely a result of the proximity to the Funko headquarters, the 2016 Funko Emerald City Comicon Exclusives offer multiple limited options that are not found anywhere else.

Covering a wide variety of figure types and licenses, the consistent theme for the 2016 Funko Emerald City Comic-Con Exclusives is the color green. While some are less subtle than others, nearly all the options contain at least a splash of emerald in the Funko figures made available for the con.

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The 2016 Funko Emerald City Comicon Exclusives include several each from the world of Pops, Dorbz and Hikari, including selections from the Marvel, Star Wars, Peanuts and Adventure Time franchises.

2016 Funko Emerald City Comicon Exclusives Pop Minis Mint Snoopy 4-Pack

Adding to the interest, most of the figures carry a very limited print run that is likely to lead to long lines in Seattle and high prices on the secondary market.

While this retail pricing only applies to the limited supply and sales window at the event, the 2016 Funko Emerald City Comicon Exclusives booth prices are as follows:

  • Pops: $15 (mini 4-pack $25)
  • Dorbz: $10 (2-pack: $20; Dorbz Ridez: $25)
  • Vinyl Figure: $15
  • Hikari: $80

Each figure is limited to one per person at the Funko booth. Full details on the Emerald City Comicon can be found at their official website. The 2016 event runs from April 7 to April 10 at the Washington State Convention Center.

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